Clearly the right moment to use this again...thats right, its the OAM Phoenix GTi (Sadly not in overdrive this time round)
1985 OAM Phoenix GTi
OAM Phoenix GTi in Laguna Turquoise
The 1985 OAM Phoenix GTi is the best selling car OAM ever produced. Production of the original spec began in June 1981, with the GTi Facelift in October 1985, and the final production model leaving the factory in May 1991.
One of the most iconic car OAM ever produced, even more so than the OAM Chevalier, the Phoenix was a versatile machine, competing with Group B machines around the mountains of Pikes Peak, while also battling against Group A cars in 24 Hour endurance races.
With a powerful, yet economical 2.8L V6 Turbo, the Phoenix was fast, reaching 141mph, while averaging 32(UK) mpg. The interior of the new GTi spec was space-age, with an electronic dash and electric windows, however, compared to the Overdrive Spec, this was merely standard. And at the time, this car was a bargain, costing only
$16,900 for the standard model.